Challenges and Thoughts on Humanitarian Corridors

Roma (NEV), December 22 nd 2020 – yesterday the conclusive meeting of the PPI project took place, the participants were the Federation of Protestant Churches in […]

How serious is it?

The “Lo sguardo dalle frontiere” (A Look from the Border) editorial is written by operators of Mediterranean Hope (MH), the migrant project of the Federation of […]

Rosarno (Calabria, southern Italy) – Mediterranean Hope: “Not a bare judicial challenge, also an ethical and cultural one”

Rome (NEV), January 18 th 2021- “What is arising in Rosarno and elsewhere, thank to operation “Faust” of the District Antimafia Directorate (Dda) of Reggio Calabria […]

Plain of Gioia Tauro (Calabria, southern Italy), the Need for “Lights on Rosarno” rises more and more

Rome (NEV), January 8 th 2012 – the need to light the streets of Rosarno rises. Unfortunately, these last days some road accidents happened, its victims […]

Etika supply chain for oranges resumes

A project operated by the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy (FCEI) using fairly traded products from the SOS Rosarno campaign which guarantees the rights of […]

Calabria: rapid testing for the most vulnerable

Rome (NEV), 2nd November 2020 – Doctors for Human Rights (MEDU) together with Mediterranean Hope, refugee and migrant programme of the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy (FCEI), will in […]

Deaths at sea and humanitarian ships at anchor

Whilst they keep discussing in the chambers of power and incomprehensible restrictions are placed on se rescue, thousands of people who could be rescued are instead […]

Dismay at Deaths in the Mediterranean

Rome (NEV), 13th November 2020 – Can people get accustomed to deaths in the Mediterranean?  Can a child aged only a few months lose his life […]

Tragedies at sea, corridors to expand, laws to correct

Editorial by Paolo Naso*, published in Avvenire (pag.16, 3rd October 2020)  On 3rd October 2013, a few miles from the coast of the Island of Lampedusa, a boat loaded […]